The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, Incorporated (TBAAL), founded by Curtis King, is a Dallas, Texas based non-profit tax-exempt organization which was chartered and incorporated November 23, 1977.
TBAAL is a multi-discipline arts organization whose mission is to create and enhance an awareness and understanding of artistic, cultural and aesthetic differences utilizing the framework of African, African-American and Caribbean Arts and Letters. Additionally, its purpose is to promote, foster, cultivate, perpetuate and preserve the Arts and Letters of Africans, African-Americans and Caribbean in the Fine, Literary and Performing Arts.
Musumé, an exciting new restaurant specializing in contemporary Asian fusion cuisine, will open in Dallas’ Arts District in late January, bringing world-class sushi and a definitive selection of sake. Named for the Japanese word for “daughter,” Musumé comes from creator Josh Babb and … Continue reading →
An acclaimed Italian restaurant gets a second lease on life with the return of CRUDO Italian, opening on Friday, Jan. 19 at 8411 Preston Road, Suite 132, in Dallas. CRUDO Italian observes the traditions of Northern Italy, taking a lighter and more sophisticated … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle When the investors of Standard Pour decided to turn over the keys to their bar, the name that topped the list to sell to was Dallas’ perennial barman, Eddie “Lucky” Campbell. His own bar is situated just … Continue reading →
As part of the ongoing multi-million dollar renovation, Hotel Crescent Court celebrates the opening of Beau Nash, a swanky new champagne bar and cocktail lounge, centrally located on the lobby level of the Uptown icon. Designed to reanimate remnants of its namesake restaurant, … Continue reading →
Doughlicious Grapevine opened on Black Friday and has seen lines out the door and many repeat customers returning with friends and family. Offering 12 different safe-to-eat doughs each day, including gluten free and vegan options, keeps the cookie dough faithful coming through … Continue reading →